However, I opted to start with the do over of the seam sealer. I was particularly unhappy with how the door jambs turned out as you can see here:
Then lacquer thinner to clean the area and then a new coat of primer:
I did the other side the same way. The rubber spreader worked so well, I did away with the acid brush altogether. It works best if you keep it soaked in lacquer thinner:
Again, between quarter and deck lid filler panel:
And at the rear trunk corner seams:
I disassembled the area, masked it off, and sanded damaged areas down until I couldn't feel bumps and then sanded some more with a 300 grit. I scuffed all of the areas where I would apply new paint and cleaned the area with lacquer thinner:
I then repainted the area with PPG Deltron DBC9295.
The result looks okay to my noob-vision:
I'm not 100% sure if I should have reprimed the area first. I didn't do my usual research on this task before doing it. I hope it doesn't come back and bite me in the ass but it probably will. It's hidden quite well behind the steering box, brake M/C, and distribution block but that could be a bad thing as well because if the paint does go bad, I'll have hell to pay to touch it up again.